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  Funded PhD Studentship – Community Water Management for a Liveable London (CAMELLIA)
  Prof S Bell, Dr N Zimmermann
Application Deadline: 26 April 2019
A fully-funded studentship in community engagement or systems thinking for urban water management is available at UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering.
  Community based water management institutions for delivering water and health
  Research Group: International Development
  Dr PB Anand, Prof Amir Sharif
Applications accepted all year round
Until recently community based water institutions have been justified mainly on financial grounds and as mechanisms for delivering services in a context where state institutions have been withdrawing from this space due to neoliberal policy changes.
  Improved Water Treatment via Densification of Flocs
  Dr P Grassia, Dr L Lue
Applications accepted all year round
Water, whether it is required for domestic consumption, for industry or for agriculture, is essential for life. Increasingly however many parts of the world are facing issues of water stress and/or water scarcity.
  Synthesis and Properties of Novel thermoresponsive polymers for water purification
  Dr S Barton, Dr J Barker
Applications accepted all year round
Water is one of the basic necessities required for the sustenance and continuation of life. It is therefore important that supply of good quality water should be available for various activities.
  Drought risk and its management in a changing climate: A partnership with Anglian Water (OSBORNTU19SCI50)
  Prof T Osborn, Dr N Addor
Application Deadline: 22 March 2019
Increasing drought resilience in a changing climate is now a priority for water companies. This project is an opportunity to undertake drought research at the cutting edge of academia and industry.
  Sustainable Water Desalination by Capacitive Deionization
  Dr J Shen
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Project. The access to safe drinking water is a pre-requisite to human health and sustainable social and economic development. According to the World Health Organization, 800 million people across the world lack safe drinking water and 600 million of them are in sub-Saharan Africa.
  Dr Ros Hague PhD studentship: Understanding climate change narratives in Central Asia
  Dr M Poberezhskaya
Application Deadline: 2 April 2019
Deng and Chen (2017. 47) state that ‘as a semi-arid and arid region, Central Asia is highly vulnerable to changes in climate’.
  Modelling, Simulation and Optimization of Multistage Humidification and Dehumidification Desalination Plant Using Solar Energy
  Research Group: Mechanical and Process Engineering
  Prof I Mujtaba
Applications accepted all year round
Desalination and water management technology is very important in many countries in the world. Also, many countries have a relatively high solar intensity all-round the year.
  Water Sensitive Cities and Commons: using recycled water for maintenance irrigation in order for green-blue infrastructure planting schemes to be more reliably sustained
  Dr K Hyde, Dr D Perrotti
Applications accepted all year round
Communities with existing urban water infrastructure face barriers to engagement between the urban community and the urban water environment; for example in the case of streams culverted underneath districts or unhealthy, overgrown feeder streams and ponds that seem to have no social role or function.
  Studentship Opportunity in Deterioration relationships for a variety of water main materials
  Dr D Jesson, Dr M Mulheron
Applications accepted all year round
For something that we drink every day, water is a surprising problem for the materials scientist. there are no materials suitable for large scale water distribution networks that remain unaffected by their contents over time.
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